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Much better, voltage is still low on the CPU for the clocks so someone sent you a good one it seems.

Probably the windows energy saving features kicking in, you'll have to go to the power options in control panel to override it.

All the same I have to say I like the idea of having a completely dry system at these temps, it's something we've not seen before, good job my friend. If you need any help or advice with the OC side of things feel free to send me a PM, always happy to help smile.gif
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Much better, voltage is still low on the CPU for the clocks so someone sent you a good one it seems.

Probably the windows energy saving features kicking in, you'll have to go to the power options in control panel to override it.

All the same I have to say I like the idea of having a completely dry system at these temps, it's something we've not seen before, good job my friend. If you need any help or advice with the OC side of things feel free to send me a PM, always happy to help smile.gif
can you or someone give me instructions for that? I have disabled power settings in Windows, and even removed from the registry. But still the CPU is throttling. It is at 1500 megahertz like last night. I'll be out for the day but back in about but back in about 5 hours from now. Can give it another shot then
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Do you have all 8 cores at 6.9GHz? Or a single core at a time? You can right click on CPU-Z to choose to show the speeds from different cores.
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can you or someone give me instructions for that? I have disabled power settings in Windows, and even removed from the registry. But still the CPU is throttling. It is at 1500 megahertz like last night. I'll be out for the day but back in about but back in about 5 hours from now. Can give it another shot then

make sure the switch you flipped wasn't the slow mode switch or something like that, not even familiar with that board but it's something to look for. The ln2 jumper is ok but did you flip another switch?
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It was the slow mode switch.... So that should be im the off position? What does it activate when on? The manual said it lessens problems after POST
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It was the slow mode switch.... So that should be im the off position? What does it activate when on? The manual said it lessens problems after POST

well slow mode is mostly used to downclock the system when you are trying to take a screenshot for a completed benchmark run when on the edge of stability. People also use it for xtu because the score is only generated in the first seconds, I'm sure there are other uses but that is all I use it for. Unless you are on the bleeding edge you wont need it. Basically slow mode downclocks your system the entire time the switch is activated. Must be off while benching.

But the ln2 jumper is fine and should be used.

Also if slow mode has been on the entire time then any overclock you have needs to be redone because it hasn't actually hit those speeds yet.
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Do you have all 8 cores at 6.9GHz? Or a single core at a time? You can right click on CPU-Z to choose to show the speeds from different cores.
all 8.
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well slow mode is mostly used to downclock the system when you are trying to take a screenshot for a completed benchmark run when on the edge of stability. People also use it for xtu because the score is only generated in the first seconds, I'm sure there are other uses but that is all I use it for. Unless you are on the bleeding edge you wont need it. Basically slow mode downclocks your system the entire time the switch is activated. Must be off while benching.

But the ln2 jumper is fine and should be used.

Also if slow mode has been on the entire time then any overclock you have needs to be redone because it hasn't actually hit those speeds yet.
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Just did a bit of reading, slow mode switch is definitely your issue:
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When engaged, the slow mode enables the system to make adjustments by slowing down the CPU and avoiding crashes.

http://www.overclockersclub.com/reviews/asus_crosshair_formula_v_review/2.htm

Didn't know AMD had that. With Intel, it drops to the lowest multiplier so you can do things like save screenshots, etc. without worrying about crashing from high frequencies.
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